After travelling from the end of the rainbow to the tip of the North Pole, Kris Kringle is now claiming seasonal residence at your local mall or town center. As both an adorable and educational snowboarding enthusiast, the saint most associated with Christmas will be helping kids get into the spirit of tearing into gifts by teaming up with professional photographers who know how to coax giggle-laden smiles out of any bundle of joy. Children can pose with the gregarious giant, embracing ho, ho, ho–filled hugs, and then later enjoy their shared moments by flipping through the tangible printed portraits and by fluttering their eyelids at the vibrant, digitally arrested stills.
Pro Max Power Vac's trained technicians take cleaning HVAC systems seriously. Airborne contaminants, dust, and dirt quiver when they hear the professionals pull up with their powerful truck-mounted vacuum system. The menacing machinery plays a central role in Pro Max's multi-step duct cleaning process. Each two to three hour home visit consists of thorough suctioning that uses extreme air flow, vacuuming, and negative pressure to dislodge any dust stuck in vents. Much like Santa during the summer, Pro Max Power Vac also offers chimney cleaning services.
When it comes to assessing her clients’ homes and offices, Victoria El-Zarif doesn’t like to delegate. The Sparkling Homes owner visits each of her new customers personally, determining their needs before sending her crew to sanitize bathrooms and kitchens and vacuum carpets. For consistency, Victoria sends the same crew member each week, which means customers get to know the people they’re letting inside their homes. In addition to general housecleaning, the staffers polish silver, do laundry, and organize closets and garages.
Gamebreakerz is dedicated to everything related to video games and computers. We have recently won an award for Best Technology Services for 2010. At our store you can purchase games for all of the major consoles. In addition Gamebreakerz has an internet cafe and console gaming.
With an extensive menu of island-inspired eats, the eatery blissfully deserts feasters on an island of inspired cuisine. Start with an order of Spam musubi and enjoy the canned delicacy swaddled in a nori wrap with egg and rice ($4.95) or go for an order of Shanghai-style lumpia, a Pac Island family recipe of pork, shrimp, and vegetables in an eggroll-esque package ($5.50). Dinner at the eatery offers an abundant bounty of nourishment, with everything from noodles, rice, and burgers to their 13 barbecue combination platters. The loli chicken and Kalua pork, whose delectable pairing of barbecue chicken and slow-smoked pulled pork sautéed with cabbage ($10.49) was crowned best entree in the 2007 Taste of Tacoma festival, while the teriyaki-marinated kalbi short ribs ($10.95) was top entree in 2006. Most platters are served with two scoops of rice and either macaroni salad or island slaw. Salute sweet teeth with a tropical-fruit smoothie ($4.50), slice of pineapple upside-down cake ($3.75), or slice of molten-chocolate "luv-a-lava" cake ($5.95).